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THE EVENING BFLLETINj HONOLULU, II. 1., JULY 3, 181)9.
fibllabtl Every Day, aicept Sunday, at no Kloc
trett, Honolulu, H. I., by tha
3ULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
W. R. FARRINGTON Editor
ANIEL IOGAN City PJItor
MONDAY, JULY 3, 1899.
Proper pr it -oticm for l)royfua
once lit i r ivoj in Franco ia be
coming no grout u problem ns the
releaso of tho oiHctr from Dorils
If Alger tlo"8 nctunlly resign
from tbo Cabinet ri'itl eco ire dec
tiou as United Sltiles Si-nutor
Irom AUcliiocn, liu will spcuro a
unanimous vote of tlmnks
It i- n mistake t) put Hawaii
clown ii b interested in tho addition
of n c.ilouirxl dapiirttiiput lo the
iintionnl r.ilinitn'strntion. Hawaii
eoMiB to get in fnr nwny from the
colonial schemo bm pipaiolo.
Inlornnt onal iudreot in war
like proceed ns ia now contenul
in tho Transvaal tthera tho old
question of tho rhtu of tho Uit
liiuders is nuaiu etirring up rtrife.
Qro t B itniii steadily denies tho
innny mmora of intont to eecuru
concession to tho claims of its
citizens by force of urine, although
tho military preparations now
boing mi'li' aie of a churaoter
that warrants tho conclusion that
the British will not be found nap-
Tho demand f r pioup ceesa
tion of hostilities ij tho Philip
pines his i ecomo so goueral
throughout the United States that
General Otis will he called upon
to make goo.l his nesortion thiit
80,000 men will bo sufficient to
quell fi robollion or failing in
this to ma' o wa, f r another com
mander. Tho a'titudu of the
President ueun to b to give
Otis another obf nee, and withhold
for a time colling f t r a volunteers.
Unless tli Filipino undergoes e
Buddon chango of hoiit, however,
it is only a matter of a few woeki
before th oll for men will be
eent from W-r i t- ,
'i in: gloiiious Foimrn
Hnwiitontoro into tho spirit of
tho colcbration if Aini-rioan Inde
pendence Pay in this year 1690 he
it has oewr o on any provious
occasion ind it is not likely to do
in years to com . For nearly half
a century, Unvaii bus boon pros
pective Amorican territory, but
o.ioh yt'fir hai fcund i'Ib future
tromld iK' in th balance, its Am
erican ciliens Imioful, patriotic
but itill uncerUiu.
iii'8 Fourth titids tho Amoric
nns celebrating tueir national holi
day on Amorioni soil; tho flag is
here, the die ia cast mid although
n few (iieEtioiiH of local govern
ment huso jet to l)n nettled, every
citizan of the Ilawniian lelunda
sharoa iu tho right to Btrivo
for blessings of liberty for
whioh 'ho fr.unors of tun Declara
tion of ludepoddence and the or
ganizer! of Wia IHtiOU . foug'ht
While ths ui'lopeudfuuo of Hawaii
as a natiin U ioat, i s pooplo have,
gained gruttr Hticugth and more
complov fro trio n of action through
nbsorp'io'j by a n itkm that rcoog
nizoj (U- nijii'ility of manhood,
nod domandj ( licit Iho rights of the
individuil cit mu shall bo pro
tected. 'Ills orplmuin.
Saturday night the cuko walk
was again tho loading attraction,
Tho winning touu boing Mise
Frankio Uartwoll and Billy How
nrd. Tho contest now stands a
tie between ElBe Hartwell and
Barton, and tho former couple.
Miss Brandes made a decided
hit, hor voice being in splendid
condition. Post and Marion as a
team aro in groat favor. Barton
twain broucht down tho house
with "Hello Ma Baby" and "Who
Said Obickon in DiB Crowd."
Glorin and the other porformors
woro at thoir boat. Ohungo of
program on Wednesday.
DREYFUS IS IN FRANCE
London, Juno 24. Tho Even
ing Nows publishes the following
riiHpulcucb from its correspondent
at Bennos, Franco:
" With nil roiTvi', I send a re
port that Dreyfus arrived here at
5 o'clock this morning. A special
tinii with four paesengertt arrived
here, and tho paosougers forth
with ei.tfrpd n close carrisge, sur
rounded by six gendarmes and
urovo to tin) military priHcin,wnoro
he coai'htuau was detained, pre
sumably for fear of leakages. Tho
authorities doolincd all informs
t on and tho railway oUicials ore
Hworn to spcrpcy."
THE DAY'S STOCK REPORT.
HID CwatS. Iln AErag, llawn -tt no, llo
nnkai6 Klholaj.tt'4 dorU . Mcllrjd a i'
Ualm ! Unkala it Olaaaj i t-io. Walalua )i,
J.ipalJ U4, Wilder SS in!lv Oahu l(& LCo 145,
Gov rcr c 100, Claim H & I. Co l-ond to6.
ASKI D-Ambu iCo. Lwi (0, llawn Su jij. Ho
n miu ,6'(, Hnnokja T. Kihel at 11, do paid 4j,
Klpt'itru til Kona a 91M. Maunalel paid too, . Mc
llrydc a 1. Uahu too, Oolula aaH, Olaa a ;)(,
IMIa too. Vlonfor Mill 9H, Walalua an 100, al
l.iku 41 o WaUmti io, lnter-lland i 5 160, llawn
Hlectrlc 300 O.ihu R &. L Co uS.
ntupon Roardi n Ookala aa1 inHawnSucar
atoa, 10 llnttomu 165, 10 do 16O, tndo t6j, todo 161!?'
M do 1(4 5 waitnanaio ito, t) lhi jo, 10 wniaiui
im ipiit to waiitunrtwsgj 100 ,ik urj jc j,
to w beflon-to Am Suear 140
S'oir Next i-slon ol I aallan Stock Lxcliance
will not be held till Wdntdty, July 5H1, iftw.
Crlck-t Mi tcli Tomorrow.
A cricket match v. ill bo pUyed
tomorrow on tho Mnkiki ground
"ommenoing at 1:30 p. m., tpnms,
Honolulu (J. U. ana jUobb. Tlieo.
DaviVn & Co. Tho following play-
rs roprosont tho H. 0. 0 : W.
L Stanley, S. Biddoll, T. Ballon
tvne, It. Anderson, T. Cattou, H.
Vincent, T. H. Walker, Piianaia,
T. H. Harvey, ltev. Lane, Bev.
UUlncittdl ilia Hlmulili-r.
Tho mate of tho MoNoar, Mo-
Plterson ty namo fell overboard
from his ship on Saturday even
ing. Iu the fall ho struck tho
edre of the wharf dislocating hid
tdioulder. Ho was fished out of
the wn'er by a shipmate and taken
to tho hospital.
Alible Si. Flrit.
There wai a pretty raco between
the Abbie M, Kaikiloni and Ma
rion from the bell buoy to tho
lighthouse yesterday. Tho boots
pufifo'd tlii' liglithousntin tho order
nurnfd with tho Abbie M one
hundred yards to tho good and tho
other booia ooporotcd by o longth.
The Snf c Route to Wheel Content.
The reputation of a Bicycle, like the
refutation of a human being, depends
wholly on what people say of It, not
what they know of It. Meritorious
wheels have undoubtedly suffered from
careless and Ignorant criticism. It Is one
of the strongest evidences of the standing
of the 'Built Like a Watch Sterling blcy-
le" that no one has ever anything to
say of It save good. One can never fall
of bicycle satisfaction In following the
unanimous approval of all wheeldom.
"Tint hump," said the surgeon, " can
only be removed by changing from an In-
proper to a correct position. I would ad-
1st you to ride a Sterling." It gives you
the proper reach and you needn't stoop
to pedal, It runs so oasy. Dont cut glass
with an ax. Take a diamond. Dont ride
:i lumber wagon just because you are going
over rougli roads. Ride a High-grade,
Bullt-llke-a-watch Sterling, a light,
elegant dainty mount, but a reliable road
ster, even for heavy weigiits.
look at It tills way without a complete
knowledge of bicycles you must necessari
ly depend to a great extent upon the say-
so of tlii d'aler. Why not call upon the
racinc i-ycie a: Avrg uo on fort street,
wheie you are doubly protected by the
srreat fame of the Sterlinc bievcies sold
and by the reputation of their agency,
"ioiunytne r. w. &.'M. Co.," is a good
All they ask fnr the highest grade bicy
cle ever manufactured, only ffo.oo on
small weekly or monthly Installments.
" TV: aSf &
Amoug the civilinn passengers
on tie Sheridan hound for Ma-
uil.i are Jndpe W.F. Norris.nc ex
nrrm olliuer, who will be Rolioitor
o' Custom i nl tho Vmnouo porta
of the Philippines; Miss Anna
Buj-unin, a correspondent of
name distinction duriuu tho Cn
bin (.mnpaigu; James Taylor, mi
attorney of San Francisco, who
goes t' Manila as the special rr-
presontilivo of JulgoHubr to
rescue his son now hold prisoner
by the Filipinos; 0. 8. Bradford,
returning from a business tiip to
, m m
Water Colors in sets for
children and adults ; also Col
umbian Photo Colors, which
anybody can use successfully.
Oil colors and artists materials
of all sorts.
110 Hotel street.
Hi THIS COUPON. f
sj;a And 25 Cents, g
GOOD FOR ONE COPY g5P
32sA iAl.iTf.ri. In JSS.
f uu iu iiiauiia. m
t n.. nminl aoo untlTr "
jvj oy uuuuLHso iriitit, tK
M "Examiner War CorftjionJnt.
t0 !4 llf U? !!& A9 ',I!'jK!',&-jK?-j&wj.
Douglas White who wrote On To
Manila has done bis work accu
rately. All Sorts
HOSE! - - -
GARDEN HOSE l
STEAM HOSE I
SUCTION HOSE I
Closing out odd lots at special
prices regardless of the advance In
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.,
J P. POST MANAOPP
W. C. SHARP MUSICAL WKECTOK
COM PET ATI VE
CAKE WALK !
Marie M. Brandes,
The Hartwell Sisters,
Acrobatic and Contortion Dancers,
ComeJUn, Singer nJ Acrobtt.
Ginger Blossom and
Mr. Frank Barton,
Baritone and Comedian
General Admission, ac. and re.
Last six rovi (or Children utder it years, ioc.
Reserved Chairs, jxr.
Seals can tw looked by rlnglnc up Telephone 54a,
.T vJu.'wST V K3t7aw
a' wv maL.
Extra line lot of Heavy Mules, nice driv
ing, and Saddle Ilurseb.it Honolulu Stock
Yards Co., corner Alakea and Queen
All those interested in forming a
PRESS ASSOCIATION are re
queste.l to meet at Room 35 Popular
House, on MONDAY EVENING,
By order of COMMITTEE.
"THERE ARE NONE SO
BLIND AS THOSE
WHO WILL NOT SEE."
Tliere are some people who cannot be
convinced tli.it white Is white and bUck
is black, because they arc determined to
have their own way about It. Very Rood.
Such jieople ro through life nilsjinR the
groat truths and the greatest happiness as
well as comfort.
There arc others again who are con
vlnceable. It is to the men of this class
tii.it we like to talk about the merits of
'I hey are better than nine-tenths of the
made-to-measure clothes turned out In this
city and the equal of the other tenth.
Alfred Benjamin & Co.'s clothes cost
about half the price of made-to order
clothes, and have every desirable attribute
of the very bet made-to-measure gar
ments, besides embodying many unmatch
able features strictly their own. That is
why we say investigate the merits of the
clotnes bearing tills label before going to
a tailor. You risk nothing and stand to
win a lot. ...
Agents for Dr. Delmel's Linen Mesh
Underwear. Send for Catalogue.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCrlGT BlOCi
We Make Shirts to Order.
Telephone No. 6;6. No. 9 11, Hotel St.
AT COST !
We make tills announcement In the face
of a rising market.
Why ? Because we want the room for
other goods more strictly within our lines.
Our entire stock of
SHELF HARDWARE and
Will be sold at cost. ThlsCLEARANCE
SALE will commence on TUESDAY,
JUNE 20, and will continue until the en
tire stock Is exhausted. The goods are
marked In plain figures.
You will find a few samples in our large
window. The stock is on our second floor.
Take the elevator. You will find a sales
man In charge of this special department.
Come early before other dealers buy it out.
8QXWe want our customers to get this
W. W. Dimonrj & Co,,
Von Holt Block, King street.
Importers of Crockery, Lamps and House
Sole Agen's Jewel Stoves, for coal or
wood : Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators,
New Wlckless Blue Flame Oil Stoves,
Germ Proof Filters, Primus Oil Stoves.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
, JJews Co.,
Silk Flags Bunting Flagsl
Muslin Flags Cotton Flags!
Tissue Paper Flags!
Cotton Bunt'ng in Red, White and
4TH OF JULY
Flags of all sizes from 2 inches
to 12 feet long.
PRICES THE LOWEST I
The Latest Books Published!
310 FORT STREET.
JUST LIKE SILK !
AS GOOD AS SILK !
Is "What We Claim for Our
Printed Art Sateens ! .
Unique Designs. Perfect Colorings. The choicest lot of Art
Draperies ever exhibited. Only one piece of a kind. Do not fail to
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY, LIMITED.
MISS H. PAULINE DIN AN, ' .(
Of the MISSES DINAN of San Francisco,
Has Opened a Branch Store
At the Elian Dry Goods Co.'s, FORT STREET, "
WITH AN ELEGANT LINE OF . . .
EXCLUSIVE STYLES by every steamer from our San Francisco store. 1
Prices very moderate. 1
Opening Days June 29th to July 1st f
?ju.9sx opened u j9 j
A Now Line of OOLOllED SWISS MULLS, '
PLAID OKGAXDIES, mid WHITE SWISS with
Colored Dots. And a Eiuo Lino of Men's Silk 1?ront and J
Golf SHIRTS. I
Egan Dry Goods
Hawaiian Dry Goods Association
i TEMPLE OF
Invite their customers and the
NEW: LINE :
Which will be sold at very reasonable prices tor the
coming three weeks.
NOTE A limited numbor of Blmroa In tho abovo Association nro now oflorod
for snlo at tho par vnluo of $5 each. Application should ln imirto to tho Socretnry,
Mr Hunapl, or to any momber of tho Hoard of Director, at tho Htoro, 420 Fort
A. V. GEAR. President. EDWARD K. HANAPI, Secretary.
DR. G. H. HUDDY, Vice-President. N. FERNANDEZE, Treasurer.
CHAS. WILCOX. Auditor.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. DOX 79
The wish to be beautiful Is every woman's heritage. She never looses it. It
brightens every day of her life. There Is one charm within the reach of everv
woman the charm of healthy white teeth. Brushing with "OUR FRAGRANT
TOOTH POWDER" makes it easy.
Hurrah for the Fourth of July!
Fireworks. Flags, Balloons,
Decoration Bunting, Shields,
Red, White and Blue Paper Festoonings, ?
Kea,wnu:e ana uiuedtars ana oinpes kidoohs
BST" Assorted cases Fireworks at $ is. J20
Urant, uewey ana Lincoln, ror saie at
TEA! TEA! TEA!
Just received, the famous RED SEAL BRAND of TEAS Oolong
Pan Fired Japan, Natural Leaf Japan, English Breakfast, Ceylon?
Mixed, and Blended. This Tea cannot be surpassed for excellence and
price. At the store of
S. J. SALTER,
Grocery and Provision Dealer,
Orplicum Block. -t- Telephone 080. 1
Don't forget, we have an Ice tio on our wagons, to deliver things fresh and cold.
Co., Fort Street.
general public to inspect their
OF :, GOODS,
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Lithographs of Washington,
Nuuanu and King streets.
R V. LKDERKB, Proprietor.
P. O. Box f35.
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